When Marty Dures walked into his new school seven years ago, he had no idea the school’s embedded maths program would eventually lead him to the trip of a lifetime to Kathmandu in Nepal.
Faced with a relentless 24-hour news cycle that’s littered across multiple digital platforms with dubious sources and claims, it’s imperative that children are equipped with the news media literacy skills that will help them sort fact from fiction – but most Australian teachers feel they are not ...
Baldavis, WA is a world away from his mid-western tiny home town of Apple Valley, Minnesota, but expat principal Keith Svendsen wouldn’t be anywhere else than his beloved new home.
Six years ago principal Ray Trotter posted an advertisement for a “computer geek” to join his staff at Wooranna Park Primary School in Victoria.
Dr Nina Hood, senior lecturer in digital technologies at The University of Auckland, says New Zealand schools’ shift to online learning will further expose the inequities that exist within the education system.
Across Australia, numerous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students come to school speaking a different dialect of English than Standard Australian English (SAE).
During these COVID-19 times I have become increasingly aware of the amount of 'experts' who talk about the importance of structure in a young child's day when they are learning at home with parents.
COVID-19 has resulted in countless school closures, a shift to emergency remote learning, and the cancellation of traditional in-person milestone celebrations.
A new report has revealed that the Australian EdTech sector has nearly doubled in size over the last two years.
Principal Helene Hiotis couldn’t believe the tally looming before her: the initial expectation was 100 primary students, but now more than 500 were keen to nab an invite to her school’s Marie Curie STEAM Party.